Quiz 7 - Quiz #7Chap#7 Your response has been submitted...

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Quiz #7Chap#7 Your response has been submitted successfully.   Points Awarded  98 Points Missed  2 Percentage  98% 1. The movement, pace, and rhythm of the play are not affected by the: A. director B. actors C. audience D. producer Points Earned: 4/4 Correct Answer: D Your Response: D 2. The way in which a play is presented, the "manner in which the spine is articulated," is  called the: A. through line B. main action C. circle of attention D. style Points Earned: 5/5 Correct Answer: D Your Response: D 3. The emergence of the director as a seperate creative figure can partly be attributed to the:
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A. production elements demanded by realistic drama B. insistence by playwrights that someone take control of the rehearsal process C. breakdown in the ordered, monolithic worldview that individual societies had maintained  earlier D. rise of the Broadway producing organiztions of the 1920's Points Earned: 5/5 Correct Answer: C Your Response: C 4. Which of the following is not a responsibility of the dramaturg? A. reading new plays B. identifying significant plays from the past that have been overlooked C. researching criticism and interpretations of plays from the past D. designing the program Points Earned: 5/5 Correct Answer: D Your Response: D 5. In the nonprofit theatre, the person with the responsibilities of the producer is called:
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